A FUTURISTIC terminal for Mexico City airport could be built by Spain’s Ferrovial.
Debt-laden Mexican builder ICA is in final talks with the Spanish giant after it considered scrapping the joint bid plans altogether.
The two companies are in talks with Dragados, a unit of Spain’s Grupo ACS, and Monterrey-based GP Construction.
The building was designed by British architect Norman Foster and billionaire Carlos Slim’s son-in-law Fernando Romero.
Opening by 2020, it would anchor a new Mexico City airport and cost around €11 billion.